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# AQA Pure Core 2 AS Maths Exam 25th May

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1. Who got 5/2 for the final logs question ?
2. Yeah
3. (Original post by Heidirennie)
Who got 5/2 for the final logs question ?
Yeah that number sounds familiar.

What did everyone get for the vector question where you had to find k? I got -11/2 but not sure whether I was right to convert it to a negative (or if 11/2 is even the correct answer)
4. (Original post by AccountingHelp)
Yeah that number sounds familiar.

What did everyone get for the vector question where you had to find k? I got -11/2 but not sure whether I was right to convert it to a negative (or if 11/2 is even the correct answer)
I agree with you, I think it is -5.5. Because the line had to shift right!!
5. i failed D: off to drink some bleach #tescosmartprice
6. (Original post by Mynamesdyl)
It was solid😂 Low grade boundaries for certain.
I probably found it easer because I'm an A2 student that's resitting it
I agree with you, I think it is -5.5. Because the line had to shift right!!
Yeah that's what I thought but everyone is saying its 5.5
8. (Original post by AccountingHelp)
Yeah that's what I thought but everyone is saying its 5.5
Doesn't mean they're right. We can stick to what we think haha.

Look at the picture I have attached.
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9. 5.5 units to the right is 5.5 units to the left?
10. Yeah when translating in the X-direction it's the other way than expected, well that's what I got taught.
Yeah when translating in the X-direction it's the other way than expected, well that's what I got taught.
I know what you mean but that's when it's part of an equation. Surely if you wanted to move something 5.5 units to the right the vector would be (5.5,0)
12. (Original post by eggbot54)
I know what you mean but that's when it's part of an equation. Surely if you wanted to move something 5.5 units to the right the vector would be (5.5,0)
I have no idea haha
13. (Original post by eggbot54)
I know what you mean but that's when it's part of an equation. Surely if you wanted to move something 5.5 units to the right the vector would be (5.5,0)
Yeah I think that might only be for equations

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